Columbus Dispute Resolution Lawyer, Nebraska


Jason D. Mielak

Litigation, Corporate, Commercial Bankruptcy, Personal Injury
Status:  In Good Standing           

Melanie Knoepfle

Criminal, Litigation, Juvenile Law
Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Aramark Uniform & Career Apparel, Inc. v. Hunan, Inc.

... language required by § 25-2602.02, which provides: "The following statement shall appear in capitalized, underlined type adjoining the signature block of any standardized agreement in which binding arbitration is the sole remedy for dispute resolution: THIS CONTRACT ...

State ex rel. Amanda M. v. JUSTIN T.

... Such principles shall include: To minimize the potentially negative impact of parental conflict on children; to provide parents the tools they need to reach parenting decisions that are in the best interests of a child; to provide alternative dispute resolution or specialized alternative ...

Wetovick v. County of Nance

... [12] Unless an exception applies, a court or tribunal must dismiss a moot case when changed circumstances have precluded it from providing any meaningful relief because the litigants no longer have a legally cognizable interest in the dispute's resolution. [13]. ...